1939 in architecture
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The year 1939 in architecture involved some significant events.
- April 21 - The San Jacinto Monument near Houston, Texas, United States.
- May 7 - Vulcan Park in Birmingham, Alabama, USA.
- July 26 - The Barber Institute of Fine Arts at the University of Birmingham, UK, designed by Robert Atkinson.
- The Jefferson Memorial in Washington, D.C., designed by John Russell Pope, is begun.
- St Patrick's Cathedral, Melbourne, Australia, completed.
- Dome of Saint Joseph's Oratory in Montreal is completed.
- Marine Gate (apartments) in Brighton, England, designed by Wimperis, Simpson and Guthrie, is built.
- June 21 - Charles Jencks, architectural theorist, landscape architect and designer
- October 1 - Philip Cox, Australian architect
- October 9 - Nicholas Grimshaw, modernist architect
- December 5 - Ricardo Bofill, Catalan postmodernist architect